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VMware vSAN Stretched Cluster Failover when there is a failure at the site level, affinity rules, vCenter Server, and requirements.
VMware vSAN Home Lab 10 gig Network Switch Upgrade using Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch 16 XG 16 port switch. Review of features, performance, and price.
One of the coolest features in my opinion with VMware vSAN is the vSAN stretched cluster. The stretched cluster allows you to have an environment that is extremely resilient to failure and where you have all of your data on both sides of the stretched cluster. In this post, I will detail the […]
VMworld 2020 is only a few short weeks away, and since the Content Catalog is now available, I decided to pick some sessions to add to my conference agenda. In the past, I have made similar posts, and these were usually entitled “See you at VMworld”, but unfortunately that’s not going to […]
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VMware vSAN™ is VMware’s hyper-converged storage solution. It has quite a few different methods of providing resilience for the data hosted in it, but these all require some careful consideration when designing the cluster. In this blog I take a look at the configuration options and the […]
Often there are issues in environment of Cloning, Backup or snapshot, where people want to check how many task has failed or success. To check this we usually use Task Tab of VM/ESXI or any Object in vSphere. To check the failure we usually try to use filter and do the next page and next […]
With that in mind, I decided to compose a list of big-ticket items associated with each release of vSAN. I will try to keep this up to date with upcoming releases as well. Hope you find it useful. I believe this captures the major features, but if you spot something that I missed, let me know.
Integrate NSX Advanced Load Balancer (Formerly Avi Networks) in NSX-T » vrealize.it – TechBlog VMware SDDC
In this Blog I will explain how you can easily integrate NSX-T in the NSX Advanced Load Balancer (Formerly Avi Networks) and profit from the integrated solution.
What is vCenter Server Update Planner in vSphere 7? In this post we will take a look at what is vCenter Update Planner in vSphere 7 and see how it is used.
Announcing: VMware Workstation 16 and Fusion 12! It is our pleasure and privilege to announce the upcoming VMware Desktop Hypervisor product lines for 2020: VMware VMware Workstation 16 and VMware Fusion 12 Looking […]
Announcing vRealize Operations 8.2
We are extremely excited to announce the upcoming release of vRealize Operations 8.2 and vRealize Operations Cloud. And although vRealize Operations has been around for almost a decade, it’s pretty unbelievable to see how far we’ve come. Today, we are proud to be a holistic self-driving IT operations management platform for private, hybrid, The post Announcing vRealize Operations 8.2 appeared first on VMware Cloud Management.
In every production environment it is critical to do some good housekeeping, but the same goes for a lab environment, so I added a signed certificate and configured a (scheduled) backup for my NSX-T Managers. As you might know, I have three NSX-environments in my lab, two sites (A and B), and […]